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"CLINICAL ARCHIVES IS ABOUT EXPANDING THE DEFINITION OF MUSIC"
This is independent netlabel for eclectic and illogical music. The basic directions : abstract, avant-garde, alternative, indie, intuitive improvisation, free improv, jazz, fusion, electronic jazz, free jazz, funk, jam band, live electronic, experimental, experimental pop, dark disco, contemporary, manipulation, neo-classicism, illbient, ambient, musique concrète, noise, tape music, minimalism, acousmatic music, sound sculpture, sound collage, classical, electroacoustic, acoustic, drone, new wave, field recordings, microsound, montage, psychedelic, folk, quasi-folk, post-rock, krautrock, prog-rock, post-punk, trip-hop, soundscapes, sound art, spoken word, strange and other forms ...
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by Vassily K.
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Vassily K. - sound, acoustic guitar, bouzouki, electric guitar, voice 10, iPhone
 Maresuke Okamoto - contrabass 1, 3, 5, 7, 9
 Kristina Aspeqvist - tumpiano, kinganga, dondon 6
 Girilal Baars - voice 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 Adam Persson - prepared acoustic guitar, objects 4 
Peter Thoegersen - electronics, drums 8
 Victor Semashko - clarinet 2 Elisaveta Novikova - design
 Elena Andreeva - cover photo I recorded a bunch of guitar improvisations and sent them to these musicians, to their parts...
Topics: free improv, post improv, experimental, ambient
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Clinical Archives
by Projet Electroglaz
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Valia Chesnais – Voix Evgeny Makarov – E Guitar Music by Evgeny Makarov Production of ASBL ”Le Zvoukis“ Bruxelles 2013 New project of Evgeny Makarov. The “Projet Electroglaz“ was born in various research around poetry, text, improvisation and musical creation. This album is based on one of the first poem ("The Backbone Flute" 1916) of great Russian and Soviet poet Vladimir Mayakovsky . Contact: http://www.projetelectroglaz.wix.com/accueil...
Topics: russian poetry performance, ambient, free improvisation
Source: Clinical Archives